September 25, 2016
Gender Difference in Job Satisfaction and Its Relation to Subjective Sense of Well-Being and Level of Happiness in Medical Doctors of West Bengal
The present study deals with gender difference in job satisfaction among the doctors of west bengal. Attempts were also made to assess their subjective sense of well being and the level of happiness. The sample size was 110 divided into 2 groups (male- 67 and female- 43). Each group was consisted respondents age ranging between 22-35 years and having minimum 2 years of job experience. The data were collected from several public sector hospitals of west bengal. Job satisfaction scale, Subjective well being inventory and Oxford happiness inventory were administered to assess the level of job satisfaction, subjective sense of well being and level of happiness. It is revealed that female doctors were found to be more satisfied than male doctors in their job and in case of subjective sense of well being and level of happiness the same result has been found. A significant difference between the gender has been revealed in subjective sense of well being, level of happiness and level of job satisfaction as well. Furthermore, significant correlation has been found between job satisfaction and level of happiness for the entire group of selected sample and a significant correlation could not be drawn between job satisfaction and subjective sense of well being for the present sample. The results of the present study can be fruitful for further research studies.
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© 2016 I P Singha, S Raychaudhuri
How to cite this article:
P Singha, S Raychaudhuri (2016), Gender Difference in Job Satisfaction and Its Relation to Subjective Sense of Well-Being and Level of Happiness in Medical Doctors of West Bengal. International Journal of Indian Psychology, 3 (4), DIP: 18.01.018/20160304,DOI: 10.25215/0304.018
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